stack operation

stack operation

[′stak ‚äp·ə‚rā·shən]
(computer science)
A computer system in which flags, return address, and all temporary addresses are saved in the core in sequential order for any interrupted routine so that a new routine (including the interrupted routine) may be called in.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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With its multi stack operation it supports simultaneous operation of multiple ZigBee profiles inRF4CE and ZigBee PRO/IP running in the host processor.
Will Mr Adlam please clarify when the stack operation will be brought up to modern standards, and bring the public up to date with the progress of its wasterecycling project, Paragon?
* Rehabilitation can be concurrent with the stack operation
There is also a hand stack operation that takes place in 7 zones on the two levels.
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Though the initial power density in both the cases are same, the vertical orientation stack operations last up to 24 minutes whereas the horizontal orientation stack last only up to 18 minutes.
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Moreover, as the stack operations that will produce an output sequence from a given input sequence are easily seen to be uniquely determined, it is also routine to count such permutations, which turn out to be enumerated by the Catalan numbers.